As the peak body for identifying, conserving and protecting the heritage of NSW, the National Trust (NSW) has been preparing and articulating policies and positions on a range of different conservation issues, threats and challenges for many years.

Conservation policies and positions have a particular purpose for the National Trust to identify, conserve and protect the natural, indigenous and cultural heritage of NSW.

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Conservation policies

Conservation Policies guide how the National Trust will advocate on heritage issues across the state and have formal support for the National Trust Board. Policies generally relate to state-wide issues, threats and challenges.

Position papers

Position papers guide the Trust’s advocacy on particular, site specific issues where the scene may be constantly changing and the Trust position needs to be agile.  Position Papers are noted by the National Trust Board.

Position Papers 

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